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What happens after your second DUI

On Behalf of | Mar 7, 2022 | Criminal Defense |

If you have found yourself facing a DUI charge for a second time, you will have penalties that you will have to deal with. While you may think that you know what to expect since you have already had a DUI charge, there can be some differences.

To make sure that you prepare for what is ahead, it can be a good idea to educate yourself about how a second DUI charge is different. By knowing what to expect, you can make sure that you are taking the right steps.

You will face penalties

With each DUI charge that your penalties will increase. With a second DUI charge, you will face penalties that may differ from the ones you faced the first time. These include jail time, fines, and revocation of your license. Potentially, the state could also confiscate your vehicle or vehicles, and cancel their registrations.

You need to know your next steps

If you want to get back on the road after a second DUI charge, it is important to know your next steps. There are factors such as the presence of a child under 16, impairment from other illegal substances and having over twice the legal limit of alcohol in your system that are aggravating factors. These factors can make your situation more complicated, so it can be important not to try to manage it on your own.

Dealing with a second DUI charge can be frustrating and complicated. You might worry about what the future holds when it comes to your driving abilities. By getting the right help you can make sure that you are navigating these difficulties correctly.


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